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Mona Van Duyn

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Catalog Number: 19840330

Mona Van Duyn, a National Book Award winner and former professor at Washington University in St. Louis, reads from several volumes of her poetry, including Merciful Disguises and Letters from a Father and Other Poems, in this public reading for the Midwest Poets Series. Her poetry ranges from the formal and serious to the personal and sometimes humorous.

| Subject Matter: Midwest Poets Series Reading | Interview Year: 1984 | Genre: Poetry | Awards: Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award |

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